Keep Calm and Carry On

By none on May 31, 2011

Keep Calm and Carry On On the instruction of King George VI, this brilliant piece of propaganda was created in 1939 by the British Government’s Ministry of Information. It was intended to raise the morale of the British public in the event of invasion during World War II. At the time, it was little known and never used. Never used, that is, until it was discovered in 2000.

I’ve thought of King George VI often this week, being one of my worst weeks as a Mum. I thought of Him as I sat up with my wide awake son at 2am and then again 6 hours later, when he drained an entire bath full of all the available hot water, just as I was about to step in.

I thought of Him when reading a text from a neighbour who was picking pepitas out of her son’s nose immediately after cleaning up a major poo incident. I vowed to Keep Calm and Carry On as I retrieved half a kilo of raw lamb....

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By none| May 31, 2011
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